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MIPS Tech licenses MIPS32 24K core to KME

Posted: 02 Jul 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:kawasaki microelectronics? mips32 24kcore? soc? processor cores? system controller?

Kawasaki Microelectronics Inc. (KME) has taken a license for MIPS Technologies Inc.'s MIPS32 24Kcore family. KME will use its new licenses to develop a wide range of SoC solutions for the digital consumer, networking and office automation markets. This new license adds to KME's growing stable of MIPS-Based processor cores.

In February 2004, KME announced that it had licensed the 4K and 4KE core families along with the M4K, 5Kc and 5Kf cores and SoC-it system controller.

"The synthesizable 24K core with the enhanced MIPS32 architecture enables superior performance, including better interrupt processing that is required for high end embedded devices," says Kyoichi Kissei, EVP of sales, marketing and logistics of Kawasaki Microelectronics.

"Our customers can design high performance SoCs in short periods of time by leveraging our memory controller, security engine and PCI-Express with the 24K core. We're looking forward to seeing results with our 24K-based products, which enhance our IP performance," Kissei added.

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